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Presa House Gallery will present the exhibition "Like a Girl" from Lubbock artist Bailey Kidder, who primarily works in graphite and colored pencil to question, criticize, and challenge the view of the feminine gender role.

"Like A Girl," her latest series, is a visual conversation, turning insulting sayings of inferiority and push back to reinforce against female stereotypes and gender bias. Kidder uses graphite, pen, colored pencil, and pink, a color typically described as “a girl color,” to express aggression and represent the action of reclaiming and redefining the power and strength of doing things “like a girl.”

Following the opening reception, the exhibition will remain on display by appointment only through March 27.

Presa House Gallery will present the exhibition "Like a Girl" from Lubbock artist Bailey Kidder, who primarily works in graphite and colored pencil to question, criticize, and challenge the view of the feminine gender role.

"Like A Girl," her latest series, is a visual conversation, turning insulting sayings of inferiority and push back to reinforce against female stereotypes and gender bias. Kidder uses graphite, pen, colored pencil, and pink, a color typically described as “a girl color,” to express aggression and represent the action of reclaiming and redefining the power and strength of doing things “like a girl.”

Following the opening reception, the exhibition will remain on display by appointment only through March 27.

Presa House Gallery will present the exhibition "Like a Girl" from Lubbock artist Bailey Kidder, who primarily works in graphite and colored pencil to question, criticize, and challenge the view of the feminine gender role.

"Like A Girl," her latest series, is a visual conversation, turning insulting sayings of inferiority and push back to reinforce against female stereotypes and gender bias. Kidder uses graphite, pen, colored pencil, and pink, a color typically described as “a girl color,” to express aggression and represent the action of reclaiming and redefining the power and strength of doing things “like a girl.”

Following the opening reception, the exhibition will remain on display by appointment only through March 27.

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Presa House Gallery
725 S. Presa St.
San Antonio, TX 78210
http://presahouse.com/portfolio/march-2021/

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Admission is free.
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